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Cape Henlopen wins 10th straight Delaware girls’ state championship

Wednesday, 30th May 2018

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Posted 5/30/18
Staff Report

Cape Henlopen claimed its 10th straight Delaware girls’ lacrosse state championship on Tuesday, blitzing St. Mark’s, 15-5, at the DE Turf Sports Complex in Frederica.

Cape Henlopen won its 10th straight Delaware state title

Senior Lindsay Monigle had four goals and an assist and tallied her 100th career tally. Seniors Mallory Jones (two assists) and Catherine Frederick each netted a pair of goals.

Voenna Iacona stopped three free position shots in the first half and Cape (17-1) bolted to an 8-0 halftime lead.

The Spartans (17-1) finally scored 10 seconds into the second half on the first of Kendra Schweizer’s three goal.

Cape Henlopen has not lost a game to a Delaware team since 2009.

“This team has done a great job this year staying focused and working together as one unit,” said Cape coach Lindsey Eichner. “The girls knew they needed to come out fast and hard and that is exactly what they did. The team worked hard the entire game to come out on top.”

Cape Henlopen 15, St. Mark’s 5
Cape Henlopen 8-7-15
St. Mark’s 0-5- 5

Cape Henlopen
Katie Frederick 2g
Mallory Jones 2g 2a
Alia Marshall 1g 1a
Emily Monigle 1g
Lindsay Monigle 4g 1a (scored 100th career goal)
Meredith Lockwood 1g
Sawyer Walker 1g
Anna Stancofski 1g
Kaylie Truitt 2g
Vienna Iacona 8 saves

St. Mark’s
Kendra Schwizer 3g
Paige Megargee 1g
Megan Noonan 1g
Stofa 6 saves